NEW YORK: Summer 2021 to Present
04.2022: Started full time employment, on staff, as an architectural associate at R. Morgan Rolontz Architecture in downtown Manhattan, Midtown.
08.2021: Joined AIA NY
10.2021: Started remote, short term contract work on Bid sets, CDs, Building Management Sets, DOB submittals, and Kitchen/Bath/Equipment/Appliance/ Fixture Schedules, Specifications with local vendors/suppliers/manufacturers/ showrooms on residential projects, locally in Manhattan, NY.
02.2022: Started remote, short term contract work on historic preservation projects and interior retrofitting. Worked on a NYC Landmarks Preservation Commission submittal for a religious institution in Brooklyn, including exterior material research, sourcing, image presentation of existing conditions, and roof studies. Additionally, did a field walk thru and project documentation on a governmental Consulate on the Upper East.
“Becoming an architect is a lifelong process.” words spoken true of my history professor, a noted architectural historian from freshman year at The University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. Despite global changes happening, I believe that perseverance is so important in staying intact with the profession.
Please allow me to share with readers an ongoing, perpetual documentary since the start of the pandemic in March 2020.
REMOTE (Pandemic): March 2020 – Summer 2021
05.2021: Group Juror for NKBA Design Competition – Puget Sound Chapter
03.2021: Published three news reports to Archinect!
02.2021: Pecha Kucha submission as a final for Film & Architecture Symposium!
01.25.21: Earned a NKBA Floor Plans & Specifications Specialist Badge
04.2020 – Present: Built a creative culinary art creative outlet, website
04.2020: Pro Bono work on Interior Design DD Package – 0 bd/1 ba
03.02.20: Renewed credentials for LEED AP Building Design + Construction
10.2020 – 11.2020: Pro Bono work on Interior Design DD Package – 1 bd/1ba
08.2020: Group Juror for NKBA Design Competition – Minnesota Chapter